Joseph Silber, a very active Laravel contributor, has written a new blogpost on morph maps, a feature to decouple your database from your model class names.

Polymorphic relations let you set up a relationship between many different model types, without the need for extra tables. This works by storing the "morphable type" (explained below) in the database, in addition to the morphable type's ID. By default, the morphable type stored in the database is the model's full class name. While this works, it tightly couples your database to your PHP application. Let's look at how we can instruct Eloquent to use more generic values for these morphable types.

https://josephsilber.com/posts/2018/07/02/eloquent-polymorphic-relations-morph-map